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You need to discharge the system,remove the dash & if you don't know what you're doing don't do it. You need to drop the steering column & there's a special procedure to prevent damage to the clock spring for the air bag. If you get that far,you have to remove the entire heater box & completely disassemble it to replace the evaporator. Once re-assembled,you must recalibrate the blend door motors & properly recharge the system,another involved process. It takes 14hrs to do it in a shop,so you can imagine how long it will take for a novice,if you can do it.

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